Truckin', Sugaree, Mr. Charlie, Deal, Beat It On Down The Line, He's Gone, Chinatown Shuffle, China Cat Sunflower> I Know You Rider, Black-Throated Wind, Next Time You See Me, Playing in the Band, Tennessee Jed, Good Lovin', Casey Jones
June 24, 2019 Subject:
I was there
and listened to the whole set under the stage, under an influence. This is as perfect a recording as possible.
January 5, 2019 Subject:
If a man among you...
If you get a chance watch the brief video that circulates of this festival.
It starts with road warrior Garcia
giving his version of THE SHOW MUST GO ON
to a British journalist.
The video then shows the band playing
Mr. Charlie while some crazy WANKERS
dive into a round swimming pools worth of water
from increasingly more drastic heights
and fiery circumstances.
Literal Mosh Pit (Stage Right)
I find this to be a top tier ---1st set.
The band is on.
even with all the tuning delays
The band is freakin' on
Why did we follow Grateful Dead?
ONCE IN A WHILE
WE GOT SHOWN THE LIGHT
IN THE STRANGEST OF PLACES
WHEN WE LOOKED
AT IT RIGHT..
For me DJG bringing it during PITB
is a historic marker for this entire time period.
"ONE or TWO moments
out of all WE have got"
Time travelling forward
(recall the days , that still are to come)
Without hesitation I put this show up
there with Veneta 72
June 24, 2015 Subject:
Beautiful mix and sound quality!
Between this and the only other streamable material from this classic performance presently on the Archive (shn=9193, where you can hear the audience versions of these songs and boards of the final sets), we're missing board copies of only four songs from the middle of the show: Greatest Story Ever Told, Big Boss Man, Ramble On Rose, and Jack Straw.